John Galliano T Shirt
It’s no secret that John Galliano has had a stellar career. He’s been involved in Christian Dior and Givenchy, and is now the head designer at Maison Margiela. The designer is a bona fide fashion legend in his own right, and has been lauded by the industry for his ability to create celebrated looks for Dior Haute Couture. In addition to his impressive line of women’s wear, the designer has also branched out into children’s wear, designing an eclectic and rock’n’roll collection.
For instance, the designer has designed a bespoke embroidered absinthe-green Oscars gown for Nicole Kidman. And while the rumored design was never revealed, it’s believed that it was inspired by an actual event. Whether or not it is a literal copy of the original is unclear, but it’s still an impressive feat of design.
Aside from the aforementioned gown, the designer has also created a number of noteworthy pieces, including the aforementioned absinthe-green dress. Also in his arsenal is a bespoke ripped newspaper print top. This t-shirt, made from 100% cotton, is a great way to wear the old school paper-based prints that are still ubiquitous in the modern world. Moreover, its colorful detailing is a worthy homage to the print’s history. Regardless of whether or not it will make you feel like a million bucks, it’s a good investment.
John Galliano is also well known for his flamboyant style. While he was a part of the Dior family, he was also a fixture at the Hotel Particulier, which was home to Princess Diana and Madonna. Despite his flamboyance, the designer managed to remain a man of the cloth, ensuring that the house was unrivaled in its respect for house codes. But when it came time to pay, the designer was in big trouble.
As a designer, the best way to show off your sartorial flair is to look for pieces that are as unique as you are. If the aforementioned t-shirt is out of your price range, try out one of Galliano’s bespoke pieces, or check out the designer’s children’s line, which fuses vintage denim with the designer’s signature flair.